Hi, thanks for the reply. I have connected it to an external monitor and all is well, i did try to connect it up to another laptop but the connector on the lcd bulb itself which connects to the inverter board was the wrong fit, so it didn't light up...I can't think of anything other than the screen itself has gone.
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Re: TOSHIBA M30 DISPLAY PROBLEM
Just to be certain you could if the person for the other laptop dont mind of course cut the two wire off your back light (bulb) and do the same for the other laptop back light . but first are the two set of wires the same colour eg on your bulb its black wire and red wire the other bulb is black wire and red wire.
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Check your settings,both bios and display,for the display priority.Either the settings has been set to inbuilt display and thus cant display on external monitors or the external monitors have been disconnected in bios settings
Could be try connecting to an external monitor using the vga port. If the same problem appears on the external display the problem is most likely the video card. You may wan to update the display drivers.
Hi, when you connect any type of external "Monitor" to your computer, the computer have to recognize that a "different" Display is attached! To "Display the (TV Monitor), do the following; (right click) on an empty area of the Desktop, in the next [window] select the "Personalize Icon." Choose from the "listings" Display Settings, next click on the Identify Monitor [button]. You need to select the (Number 2 Monitor), this will identify any other device connected to the computer. Acknowledge the device connected to the #2 Monitor; is it the TV? If so, give a try, and hope the solution helped, if so take the time to give a "Helpful Rating, I appreciated it, thanks!
I decided to read this and I am not exactly 100 sure what the proplem is. I did want to offer a suggestion though. If you are having problems with both the screen and an external monitor, the problem may be with the graphics hardware. If you have a card, it may need to be replaced. If not, i'm very sorry. The motherboard may need to be replaced. Hope this helps.
hi! you should try removing the hard drive and restarting your laptop with your windows cd in it. if this works then switch off and slot the hard drive back in & reboot. if the display still doesnt work, then the strap / cable that connects the laptop screen to the laptop is damaged. then only should u take it to the dealer for repairs.
have you tried changing the resolution, if not try this power on your laptop press F8 run in safe mode go to device manager an disable your display adapter after disabling reboot windows after rebooting go back to device manager enable display adapter and go display properties an change resolution.
There is only one way to connect an external monitor to a laptop.Most laptops have an "FN" key. by simultaniously pessing the "FN"key and F7 key it toggles from laptop to external to both each time you press the keys.